Aschraf Chadli-Debbiche

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The giant condyloma acuminatum of the perianal region is a tumor characterised by its large size with the propensity to infiltrate into deeper tissues, contrasting with a microscopically benign pattern. The evolution after malignant transformation of condyloma and lymph node invasion is rare. However it is exceptionally observed a lymph node invasion of(More)
Angiomatoid fibrous histiocytoma is a rare tumour affecting young adults. Unlike conventional malignant fibrous histiocytoma, its extension is only local thus giving a good prognosis. We report the cases of a 9 year-old girl and a 16 year-old boy presenting respectively, with an axillary tumour 5 cm of diameter and a paravertebral subcutaneous tumour 1.5 cm(More)
The Dubin-Johnson syndrome (DJS) is an autosomal recessive liver disorder characterized by a chronic conjugated hyperbilirubinemia a dark greenish appearance of liver tissue, a double peaked sulfobromophthalein clearance curve, and a characteristic lysosomal accumulation of black pigment "melanine-like" in the hepatocytes. Laboratory datas indicated an(More)
BACKGROUND The salivary gland tumors are rare (less than 3% of all tumors) and poorly known. In fact, they are numerous and histologically difficult to diagnose. AIM This work aims to point at the different histological types of salivary gland tumors, to draw out the principal epidemiological, clinical, radiological and histological characteristics, and(More)
BACKGROUND Gastric heterotopia is a rare congenital lesion, described everywhere in the body, but involves predominantly the digestive tract. Diagnosis is based on histologic examination and requires the presence of gastric mucosa, especially fundic. This diagnosis is usually easy, but sometimes it can be misinterpreted as gastric metapalsia . This latter(More)